More ’Transformers’ Films Coming In The Next Decade: Hasbro Executive Reveals Details
An all-time favorite film for most moviegoers, “Transformers” has provided wider and better options for the movie industry to notch their standards one bar higher. The great news now, for the “Transformers” fans, is that there are confirmed reports that additional four installments will be in the productions for the next decade
According to CNBC, the head of Hasbro Studios, Mr. Stephen Davis shared that the new “Transformers” movies will be formed by Michael Bay, Paramount, Hasbro and other partners. They come to a decision of what can they offer for the next ten years of this film franchise.
Serious discussions took place as they brainstormed together more than 3 months. They are also considering entering the digital and television platform. Davis thrilled fans by saying “So stay tuned, ‘Transformers’ 5 is on its way, and 6 and 7 and 8.” This happened in a MIP Junior conference panel at Cannes, France.
In an interview to Paul Dergarabedian, he was surprised that only four films will be added in the franchise. He is the senior media analyst of Rentrak. For him, “Transformers” have the characteristics of “long term malleability.” He explained that the movies can be changed to different plots and casting which didn’t have a negative effect on the blockbuster result after all.
Since there will be four more films, Techtimes discussed that this could be the opportunity for the other Decepticons and Autobots to be provided with longer exposure and spotlight. Some of the characters that fans can know more are Megaplex, Orion Pax, Elita One, and Deathsaurus. Of course, the familiar figures of Megatron and Optimus Prime must also be included in the plot. It will be interesting to find out how these characters are showcased in the next movies.
Definitely, fans are highly-anticipating the Transformers 5, 6, 7, and 8. Will these be sequels to the previous movies or offer an independent story of their own? What do you think?
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